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GMR’s September quarter loss widens to Rs.179.30 crore

Total income increases to Rs.2,398.50 crore from Rs.2,025.50 crore on a consolidated basis
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First Published: Wed, Nov 14 2012. 01 58 PM IST
A file photo of the GMR Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad International Airport. GMR Infra operates four airports in three countries—India, the Maldives and Turkey—apart from six power-generating stations and 10 highway stretches. Photo: Mint
A file photo of the GMR Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad International Airport. GMR Infra operates four airports in three countries—India, the Maldives and Turkey—apart from six power-generating stations and 10 highway stretches. Photo: Mint
Updated: Wed, Nov 14 2012. 02 04 PM IST
New Delhi: Losses for GMR Infrastructure Ltd, the holding company for the infrastructure firm that has interests in airports, power and highways, widened to Rs.179.30 crore in the September quarter from Rs.62.53 crore a year earlier.
Total income, though, increased to Rs.2,398.50 crore from Rs.2,025.50 crore on a consolidated basis.
The company also performed worse than in the June quarter, when it reported a net loss of Rs.94.30 crore on an income of Rs.2,601.45 crore.
GMR Infra operates four airports in three countries—India, the Maldives and Turkey—apart from six power-generating stations and 10 highway stretches.
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